A woman who was undergoing routine surgery was shocked to find a Lithunanian had moved into her body after she was having an out-of-body experience. Divorcee Mary Jenkins, 35, could not believe than in the few seconds she was floating above the operating table watching her own surgery take place, a Lithuanian woman had sneaked into her body.
"I could see the surgeon and he was talking about his golf handicap and listening to Mozart while removing my appendix. As I crossed back into the real world and was about to re-enter I saw this Lithuanian woman inside my body. I thought it was an apparition. She said she was 'exorcising her rights' and if I tried to get back in I'd suffer 'a near death experience'."
Police said it was a civil matter and they were not allowed to get involved by law. "Strictly speaking, unless the offence, or any offence for that matter, is commited inside a speeding car then we are not obliged to get involved," said the Chief Specter.
"I told her I'd only left for an OBE and she said 'You get them now for having your appendix out? They used to mean something'. I'm keeping my spirits up and hope to back inside soon. It's no fun being trapped in a world where the only person you get to talk with is Derek Acorah.